Master of Clinical Audiology
- CRICOS code: 062905A
Where will this take me?
With profound and pragmatic training in all areas of audiology, a Master of Clinical Audiology will ready you for practice. Graduates of this course leave with clinical experience and high employability – with a variety of exciting career paths at your disposal.
As a Graduate of this Master program, you can also apply for membership of the Audiology Australia.
Unique employment opportunities
University of Melbourne audiology graduates are highly desirable in the job market, with most finding work within three months. The Master of Clinical Audiology will place you at the forefront of this rapidly evolving and growing sector.
The program will help you foster connections with Cochlear, Audiology Australia, the Eye and Ear Hospital along with government and private hearing aid providers and companies. Teaching experts within the course are also closely tied with the international community of audiology.
If you’re looking to move on to further study, the Master program offers students who demonstrate an aptitude for research an avenue for further PhD studies within the Department. Previous Master of Clinical Audiology graduates have been at the forefront of research and practice in numerous specialist areas, such as:
- Hearing in classroom education and childhood development
- Age-related changes in the central auditory system
- Innovations in hearing devices and surgery
- Auditory function in people with different conditions
- Service delivery and patient care.
You will learn directly from prominent local and international figures, expanding your network and ensuring you’re across technological advancements in the industry. Global experts will ensure you have access to the most up-to-date research on the future of audiology, from the rise of automatic hearing tests to self-fitting hearing aids.
Delivering health expertise around the globe
As Master of Clinical Audiology graduate, you will have the opportunity to apply for overseas internship placements where you can use your learned skills to deliver valuable services in a developing country or experience international placement. Recent students have been able to complete placements in Cambodia, Malawi, Tonga and Hong Kong, with many more opportunities underway.
Once you've completed your undergraduate degree, you can go on to gain employment or begin a graduate degree and work towards a professional qualification such as law, engineering or medicine. Or you could join our graduate research community and contribute to our world-changing research.
Your graduate degree will be internationally recognised, and set you apart from those who study a traditional Australian single or double degree.
Explore the graduate pathways available once you complete your undergraduate degree here.